“In the US it’s a total mess! It’s like we’re going backwards when we thought we were going forward.” This is the comment of Diane Warren, composer, present at the Taormina Film Festival for the film ‘Tell it like a Woman’ – a film composed of seven short films signed by seven directors, all on the theme of the female condition – intervening after the strong statements of Eva Longoria in response to a question to AdnKronos about the recent US Supreme Court ruling on abortion. “It is an issue that must also concern politics, because human rights are at stake here – explains Diane Warren – We must do everything to fight against this situation and we women will do it, even with music that goes to people’s hearts. “. The singer and actress Sofia Carson, also in Taormina for the same film project, echoes it:” It is really difficult to find the words, it is devastating, it is inconceivable to be deprived as women of our rights and our freedom “.” our grandmothers and our mothers fought, first to obtain and then to defend our rights; and now it is we who must act and fight for our and our daughters’ rights – says Sofia Carson – We must fight together, not only women but men and women together “. (by the correspondent Enzo Bonaiuto)
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